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PM cuts toll fees at BOT traffic projects

HCMC – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a plan to slash toll fees for trucks weighing 10 tons or higher, and 20- and 40-foot semi-trailers at build-operate-transfer (BOT) road toll stations nationwide, Nguoi Lao Dong newspaper reports.

At a Government teleconference on December 28, Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung delivered a report on implementation of Resolution 35 on business support and development until 2020.

Dung noted the Ministries of Transport and Finance have worked together to come up with proposals on slashing toll fees at BOT projects. He said the Government leader has approved a plan to reduce toll fees for trucks of 10-18 tons and 20-foot semi-trailers to VND120,000; and trucks weighing over 18 tons, or carrying a 40-foot container to VND180,000 from the respective VND140,000 and VND200,000.

The Transport Ministry has set up an interdisciplinary working group to supervise prices, and reduce unreasonable surcharges on seaborne import and export goods in a bid to slash input costs for enterprises.

Minister Dung also said the PM issued a directive banning authorities from inspecting enterprises more than once a year.

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